Ferdinand Magellan's death 500 years ago is being remembered as an act of Indigenous resistance
By Kate Fullagar, Professor of History, Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, Australian Catholic University
Kristie Patricia Flannery, Research Fellow, Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, Australian Catholic University
The Philippines is taking an Indigenous-led approach to remembering European colonialism in the Pacific — a refreshing contrast to the dominant stories about James Cook in Australia and New Zealand.
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- Sunday, April 25, 2021